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Old Melburnian all-stars football team

One hundred and sixty Old Melburnians have played football at an elite level. This team represents the very best of them.

A record of cricketing achievement

We have much to celebrate when it comes to our sporting achievements, and our cricketing history is no exception.

Connections across time through sporting prowess

Four of the school’s most intricate and beautiful sports trophies are linked by an Australian Prime Minister and an Olympian.

A victorious team continues to achieve

Eight members of the undefeated 2013 First XVIII have now been drafted into the AFL.

Humility and gratitude in sport

Tom Langdon (OM 2012) achieved his “lifelong dream” to play in the AFL in 2014.

My time at Grimwade House

Danni Roche OAM (OM 1987) is one of Melbourne Grammar School’s most successful athletes.

Bonnie debuts in AFLW

Western Bulldogs utility player and former Grimwade House student, Bonnie Toogood (OM 2015), outlines her journey into AFL Women's football.

Game, set and match

A world champion tennis player many times over, the School Archives holds a racquet used by Sir Norman Brookes (OM 1895) to win Wimbledon.